Tools and articles for redesigning school meal programs and helping students learn about food's place in our lives
Enrichment activities engage students in exploring the bounty of California-grown fruits and vegetables in after-school, out-of-school, and summer programs.
Connecting children with nature and nutritious California-grown fruits and vegetables.
Highlights from the Center for Ecoliteracy's California Food for California Kids® two-day statewide conference held at the Oakland Museum of California on June 27 and 28, 2019.
Celebrating five food service professionals and how they strive to do more for their students.
Providing customizable menu options to increase lunch participation.
Everything we eat has a story to tell. The Abundant California suite teaches students in grades 3–5 about California crops and introduces them to the food system that sustains us all.
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